Consuming dry fruits like walnuts, almonds and cashews improves the quantity and quality of sperm. The quality and quantity of sperm has been found to be 16 percent better than those who consume nuts and nuts in their diet daily. This has been revealed in a research conducted at the Rovira Iviragili University in Spain.
According to researchers, dry fruits play an important role in improving the quality of sperm. This research was done on two equal age groups of men. During the research, two groups of men were kept on different types of diet. One group’s diet was normal, while the other was given 60 grams of omega-3 fatty almonds and walnuts daily.
This research was done on 119 healthy men aged 18–35 years. This research, led by doctor Albert Hutos, found that the quality of sperm was better than the first group of people whose diet consisted of almonds and walnuts daily.
Doctor Hutos told that due to healthy eating, it also helps in the conception process. Not only this, the swimming ability of the re-productive sales of those who were given nuts in the diet was also seen six percent better. This research is published in the European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology.